Harnessing Supply Chain Intel in Feed Procurement decision-making

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28 May, 2020

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Webinar Details:

 
 
In today’s uncertain environment, organizations need to consider more factors when making procurement decision. This webinar offers insights on how you can harness supply chain intel to maximise profitability. Among the additional components include:

a) News feature on the supply chain in the livestock Industry from grain to consumer
  • supply chain in the livestock Industry from grain to consumer
  • shape of the industry in 3-6 months


b) Pricing which is critical in our supply chain decisions. This is particularly true operationally in the selection of macro ingredients, distinguishing between different commodity types and country of origin

  • How can we collect and verify the future prices of ingredients?
  • How can we compare our deals to others in the market and stay ahead of the competition?


c) SBM differentials in price and also in nutritional content

  • How does feed formulation work in the purchasing operation?
  • What price movement alerts should we be studying to maximise profitability?


Join us for our webinar where we discuss about Harnessing Supply Chain Intel in Feed Procurement decision-making, 28 MAY 2020, 15:30 Hrs (GMT +8).


     


New dates of our Rescheduled Feed Event

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26 - 27 Aug 2020 - Bangkok, Thailand

 

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Speaker

 

 

 

Matthew Clark
Specialist, Formulation Systems
Genesis Feed Technologies LLC
SpoutINFO – Market Network Platform
(by eFeedLink)


Matthew graduated from Wye College, University of London with a Degree in Agriculture.  His area of specialization is in Feed Milling with an emphasis on software applications for feed formulation and operational management.  Matthew has worked in several feed businesses in SE Asia over the past 35 years and is currently focusing on a new range of decision-making software for feed ingredient purchasing operations.